Published: Пн, Августа 06, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Chicago weekend gun violence kills at least 10, injures more than 50

Chicago weekend gun violence kills at least 10, injures more than 50

Five others were injured in that shooting, including an 11-year-old boy who sustained wounds to his leg.

At least 10 people were killed in the city and police say most of the shootings were gang related.

June marked 15 straight months of fewer killings and shootings, police said.

Giuliani's Monday tweet followed several Sunday night in which he blamed Chicago's violence on Democrats and said Emanuel's former police superintendent and current mayoral challenger, Garry McCarthy, could help reduce the murder rate.

"I promise this city, we won't be defeated", he vowed during the press conference. Four other people wounded, one of them critically, and taken to hospitals for treatment.

Around 12:23 18-year-old man was shot multiple times on the 4100 block of West Cullerton and taken to Stroger Hospital in guarded condition.

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A witness of the shooting, 43-year-old Miguel Patino, was washing clothes with his grandmother when he saw the wounded man run up to the laundromat's door, which had been locked by an employee after shots rang out.

No suspects were in custody at last check. Meanwhile, over the weekend, crowds of different grieving families gathered in the parking lots of emergency rooms across the city as hospitals were inundated with patients wounded by bullets. A spokeswoman for Stroger Hospital disputes the police account. "At no time did Stroger go on bypass or "lockdown" its trauma unit". "We are asking the families of trauma patients to limit visitation at this time to immediate family members only so staff may focus on patient care".

President Trump said past year he was sending in federal help to fight the gun violence in the city because it had reached "epidemic proportions". After an event announcing an expansion of the Riverwalk, Mayor Rahm Emanuel voiced the need to create more jobs, not just in the central business district, but on the South and West Sides as well.

"This is just out of control right now", Dr. Donovan Price of Street Pastors told CBS Chicago.

"We can never measure what we prevent", he said. "We together have to work as a city.we have a challenge and it requires all of us".

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